Time  Nick    Message
02:26 pdurbin SEJeff: +1 for nmap 6.0
02:26 pdurbin s{^\s+|\s+$}{}g foreach @array;
02:26 pdurbin http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3192649/how-can-i-remove-leading-and-trailing-whitespaces-from-array-elements
12:08 SEJeff  pdurbin, Nice, you know the python equiv, right? A list comprehension: [ i.strip() for i in array]
12:09 SEJeff  or if you wanted to be overly complex: map(lambda x: x.strip(), array)
13:43 pdurbin An Introduction to OpenStack cloud in Ubuntu 12.04 | BrightTALK - http://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/6793/47473
13:45 pdurbin SEJeff: thanks for the python equiv
13:46 SEJeff  np
13:53 pdurbin looking at http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~ubuntu-virt/virt-goodies/trunk/view/head:/vmware2libvirt
14:01 SEJeff  Can't libvirtd also manage ESX with the ESX remote api?
14:02 SEJeff  pdurbin, http://rcritical.blogspot.com/2010/12/v2v-migrating-from-vmwarexenlibvirt-kvm.html
14:02 SEJeff  Rob Crittenton (spelling?) is one of the top redhat virt guys
14:06 SEJeff  pdurbin, http://docs.redhat.com/docs/en-US/Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux/6/html/V2V_Guide/chap-V2V_Guide-Converting_Virtual_Machines_to_Run_on_KVM_Managed_by_libvirt.html
14:07 SEJeff  And in specific: http://docs.redhat.com/docs/en-US/Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux/6/html/V2V_Guide/chap-V2V_Guide-Converting_Virtual_Machines_to_Run_on_KVM_Managed_by_libvirt.html#sect-V2V_Guide-Converting_a_Virtual_Machine-Converting_Virtual_Machines
14:32 pdurbin SEJeff: thanks for the links. will check them out later. that vmware2libvirt seems to work... it's spitting out some xml at least...
15:02 pdurbin SEJeff: wow. virt-v2v. thanks
15:03 SEJeff  pdurbin, It is written by the people who wrote and maintain libvirtd
15:03 SEJeff  I'd trust it :)
15:38 SEJeff  $ host -t aaaa www.facebook.com
15:38 SEJeff  www.facebook.com has IPv6 address 2a03:2880:10:1f03:face:b00c:0:25
15:38 SEJeff  Geeks run that company :)
15:38 shuff   face:b00c
15:38 shuff   nice
15:39 pdurbin heh. yeah. very nice
15:39 pdurbin book, b00c, potato, patata
15:50 pdurbin "For esx:// and vpx:// the default HTTPS port is 443" -- http://libvirt.org/drvesx.html#uriformat
15:53 pdurbin and i see port 443 as "VI / vSphere Client to ESX/ESXi Host management connection" for example, at VMware KB: TCP and UDP Ports required to access vCenter Server, ESX hosts, and other network components - http://kb.vmware.com/selfservice/microsites/microsite.do?cmd=displayKC&docType=kc&externalId=1012382&sliceId=1&docTypeID=DT_KB_1_1
16:30 pdurbin "virsh -c  esx://esxhost/?no_verify=1" -- Re: [libvirt-users] Virt-v2v - https://www.redhat.com/archives/libvirt-users/2010-October/msg00086.html
20:36 pdurbin "@philipdurbin Which do you use for Windows: Strawberry Perl or ActiveState Perl?" -- https://twitter.com/jonahbishop/status/204994715530170368
20:36 pdurbin what say ye?
20:37 SEJeff  Wouldn't activestate be the one to go with?
20:38 SEJeff  I mean activestate supports and maintains perl for HP-UX as well
20:39 SEJeff  Oh it looks like in newer HP-UX 11i, they went away from ActivePerl and are using the normal open source perl. About time.